Commissioning How the NHS and other health and care services spend their budgets is important
Commissioning has an impact on patient outcomes, and whether services meet the wider needs of the population, and deliver value for money for the taxpayer.
Our recent work and content on this topic is listed below.
This paper examines what outcomes-based commissioning means, the evidence to support it, progress to date on introducing the approach in England, and the optimum role of national policy in response to...
Recent press reports (such as in The Independent and the HSJ) float the suggestion that NHS funds in England should be distributed to local areas solely on the basis of the age of the local population...
The Star programme is developing a commissioning support package that will offer CCGs and health boards a new way to involve stakeholders in setting healthcare priorities.
Led by Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust in partnership with Cam Health Clinical Commissioning Group and the British Lung Foundation, this project aimed to use patient co-production to identify...
This report sets out the findings of a review of the evidence on the effectiveness of primary care-led commissioning and its place in the UK National Health Service (NHS).
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